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C Program Code Performing Binary Search - C program, Using Recursion, performs binary search. In this C program, an array of random number is generated. User is asked to enter a key. The array of random numbers are sorted

C++ Codings Delete Words from Sentence - To 'delete particular words' from the string or sentence in C++ language, enter the string or sentence, and then enter the 'word to delete' all the given/entered word from the sentence

C++ Code Convert Hexadecimal to Binary - To convert "Hexadecimal" number to "binary" number in C++, you have to ask to the user to enter the hexadecimal number to convert it into binary number to display the equivalent

A Single Line Comment in C++ Language - Any words in a line after "//" are "ignored" by the compiler. if you want to write a comment about 'what is about code doing' you have to write it in the following way: The "//" symbols

C Code Perform all Arithmetic Operations - C program input two numbers and perform all arithmetic operations. How to perform all arithmetic operation between two numbers in C programming. C program to find sum,...

C Program Code to Sort array of Structure - C code accept records of the different states using array of structures. A structure should contain Char state, population, literacy rate, & income. Display the State whose Literacy

C Find Multiplication of 2 Binary Numbers - Take two binary numbers as input and store it in the variables binary1 and binary2. Initialize the variables multiply and factor with 0 and 1 respectively. Divide the variable binary2 by 10

C Program Print Number Pyramid Pattern - In Each Iteration we are moving downward so increment "y". For each new 'Iteration' we are starting from beginning but one 'co-ordinate' back so decrement x. 'Moves Cursor Position'